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Who can forget when Grant Show became one of America’s biggest heartthrobs as Jake Hanson on the 90’s mega hit “Melrose Place”. It was one of our generation’s most popular and sexiest shows, and Grant’s portrayal of the bad boy launched him into the house and hearts of millions of fans. Most recently, he co-starred in the hit Lionsgate horror film, “The Possession,” alongside Kyra Sedgwick and Jeffrey Dean Morgan. He also starred in the first season of the CBS comedy, “Accidentally on Purpose,” and in the acclaimed CBS drama “Swingtown” and has had recurring roles on HBO’s “Big Love,” CBS’ “CSI” and USA’s hit show “Burn Notice.” Show also starred in Lifetime’s “The Natalee Holloway Story,” LMN’s highest-rated movie ever in key demographics, and reprised his role in the sequel, “Justice for Natalee.”

Now with his new role as Spence Westmore on Lifetime’s hit show “Devious Maids” (Executive Produced by Eva Longoria and Marc Cherry), Grant brings a new role to millions of new fans playing a soap opera star. Spence stars as Dr. Lance Dupree in the cheesy soap opera “Love Affairs.” It may not be the most glamorous job in Hollywood, but it is a steady gig that pays the bills. Spence is a devoted, doting father and a kind, sweet man—traits his wife, Peri might describe as making him appear “weak” but his maid Rosie finds endearing. Unlike his wife, Spence often swallows his pride in order to not rock the boat. But when his marriage hits rough waters, Spence confides in Rosie. She’s the only woman in the house who listens to his troubles and lends a sympathetic ear.

Here The Lab NYC’s Arthur Kade catches up with the ageless Grant Show about his new role on Lifetime’s “Devious Maids”, becoming one of the 90’s biggest heartthrobs, staying in shape at 51, recently getting married, and so much more!

Here is Grant Show on NBC’s Today Show and Access Hollywood LIVE:

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